Rahma Montasser is an Egyptian film editor. She obtained her bachelor's degree from the High Institute of Cinema in 1965, then received a Diploma from the Film Institute in London in 1971. She is currently the film editing professor at the High Institute of Cinema, where she teaches film editing, its theories, its techniques, and the editing of documentary films, as well as film analysis. She also taught editing at the at the Television Institute, the Cinema Palace, and the French Cultural Center. She has worked in several documentary films, including Mohamed Kamel Qalyubi’s The Chronicle of Lost Time in 2005, Salah Mari’s Afaq 1996 which was produced in 1998. She also worked in with Shadi Abdel Salam Banque Misr in 1984, as well as long feature such as Yousry Nassralah’s Sarekat Sayfya, Khairy Beshara’s Youm Mor w Youm Helw, Asmaa Al-Bakry’s Shahazon w Nobalaa. She participated as a jury member in several festivals including the National Film Festival and the Cinema Institute Festival in Aswan. Montaser received a certificate of appreciation for her entire work in the field of editing documentary films from the Ismailia Film Festival.